The Ghost of Popcorn Hill by Betty Ren Wright

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Falling in love with their family's new cabin on Popcorn Hill, Martin and Peter are alarmed when they hear ghostly laughter in their room, and wonder if the sheepdog they befriend is connected. By the author of The Dollhouse Murders. Reprint. K. H.
 

About Betty Ren Wright

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Betty Ren Wright is the best-selling author of many books for children, inclduing "The Dollhouse Murders" and "Christina's Ghost", both of which received the Texas Bluebonnet Award. She live in Racine, Wisconsin. Karen Ritz has illustrated books for all ages. She lives with her husband and two children in St. Paul, Minnesota.
 
Published April 1, 1993 by Holiday House. 81 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Martin and his little brother Peter like the little hilltop cabin where they move after Dad loses his job--until they begin to hear eerie laughter in their room at night.

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This finely crafted, spine-tingling ghost story from the author of The Dollhouse Murders and Christina's Ghost offers such chilling occurrences as unexplained footsteps, objects moving of their own accord and Aunt Margaret's wheelchair spinning wildly.

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Wright's (Haunted Summer) lackluster ghost story about a haunted school comes off as more silly than eerie.

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